7 March 2019 - Sofitel London St James
6 Waterloo Pl, St. James's, London SW1Y 4AN, UK
Old EA is dying. What's next?
Bring your CIO/CTO with you, as you need to look at this together.
Join us in London for an exclusive event focusing on the business value of Enterprise Architecture!
Sheldon Bedwell - Senior Manager, Business Architect, Carnival UK;
Louise McGolpin - Director of Strategy at P&O Ferries;
Matt Rhys-Evans - Head of Lending Client Service Delivery and Innovation at ING;
Linn Andersson - Tech Manager Business Systems, iZettle
8:30 - 9:00
- Registration and Breakfast -
9:00 - 9:10
- Welcome & Introduction to the Seminar -
Krista Abeyta - Sales Director UK & Ireland - Ardoq
9:10 - 9:40
- To-Be or Not To-Be? -
Is Digital Transformation as much a Mindset Change
as a Technology Use Change at an Organisational level?
Louise McGolpin - Director of Strategy - P&O Ferries
9:40 - 10:10
- Technology Landscape Management in a Multi Portfolio Organisation -
Sheldon Bedwell - Senior Manager, Business Architect - Carnival UK
10:10 - 10:50
- Two Stories: How are FinTech and Big Banking different in their approach
to business agility and ecosystem architecture? -
Linn Andersson - iZettle - Tech Manager, Business Systems
Matt Rhys-Evans - ING - Head of Lending Client Service Delivery and Innovation
10:50 - 11:20
- New EA You Need To Know -
Magnus Valmot - Ardoq, CEO
- Closing remarks -
Krista Abeyta - Sales Director UK & Ireland - Ardoq
IT'S TIME FOR A DEMO!
All the guests will have access to the
Ardoq 'Demo Booth'
Modern cruise ships are smart cities, providing their residents and visitors with a wide choice of exciting experiences and services, but there is an added complexity of being at sea, or somewhere different in the world nearly every day, and being heavily reliant on satellites to stay connected.
The diversity of technology that is owned and managed by Carnival UK on each of its P&O Cruises and Cunard ships is significant, and at a time when we as individuals and as businesses are always connected, these floating smart cities must continue to operate and deliver exceptional service to their residents and guests when they become disconnected from the rest of the world.
Let Sheldon Bedwell take you on a Voyage of Discovery of the exciting technology challenges that have kept him engaged in the cruise industry for the past 20 years, and why capturing and visualising what he calls “Corporate Memory” is critical for effective technology management, informed decision making and supporting real business agility.
Sheldon Bedwell is Senior Manager, Business Architect at Carnival UK, a market leader in the cruise industry, deliver unforgettable holiday happiness to guests around the world.
Carnival UK is most widely recognised by its famous brand names P&O Cruises and Cunard.
Sheldon has more than 30 years of experience in Systems Analysis, Business Analysis and Business Architecture across manufacturing, insurance and the cruise industry and is passionate about creating business value from technology. His primary focus is to support the planning and design of technology capability to meet the business goals and strategy in agile and pragmatic ways.
Is Digital Transformation as much a Mindset Change as a Technology Use Change at an Organisational level?
An experienced director leveraging 13 years’ corporate finance and strategy experience with leading mid-market banks, clients and companies to deliver robust turnaround/optimise/grow strategies, both business unit level and company-wide, in the leisure, travel & tourism industry. A dynamic individual who uses an adaptable and collaborative approach to embed the changes required by the strategies she creates.
Head of lending service and delivery platform and lending innovation at ING WB UK. Business partner to Structured Acquisition Finance, Syndicated Finance, REF, Infrastructure and Transportation sectors.
A combination of technical ability, curiosity and drive has moved Linn through several different roles within IT, including enterprise architecture, service management and team management. She is an open minded person who likes to bring structure, strategy and long-term visions into everything I do, always striving to create true business value to stakeholders and positive energy into her working environment.
Learn how the shift from manually drawn architecture diagrams (a linear solution) to data-driven EA (an exponentially scaling solution) is transforming the value and role of enterprise architecture at digital-first organizations globally. Explore case studies of successful customers leveraging the power of New EA focusing on APIs and crowdsourcing of data (input), applying graph analytics and AI to its analysis (processing), and business user friendly automated visualizations to its consumption (output).
Magnus is passionate about delivering tangible value, building great teams, and making a real difference to both customers as well as the people he works with.
His previous work experience includes being fast-tracked to managerial position at global consulting firm PwC, where he was responsible for strategy definition, process improvement, organizational development, benchmarking, and cost cutting projects across Oil & Gas, Energy, Defense, and IT industries; and SVP Onboarding & Professional Services at Cxense ASA (CXENSE: Oslo), a global SaaS company specializing in data management and cross-platform personalization, where he had global responsibility for customer value delivery through the use of new technology.
Forrester and Ardoq New EA Research Paper - trends in Enterprise Architecture, pain points, solutions. What's next?
Krista Abeyta is Ardoq's UK and Ireland Sales Director. Krista thrives on helping organisations realise their data and technology strategies. She has worked for and lead sales teams with Procter & Gamble and PepsiCo and has more than 14 years supporting corporate clients on data management and analysis, digital marketing and automation.
About Ardoq Mornings:
Ardoq Mornings is a global event powered by Ardoq highlighting the business value of Ecosystem Architecture. Under the headline ‘Old EA is dying. What’s next?’, the event has invited top EA professionals from around the world as guest speakers during a Breakfast Seminar with an audience of CIOs, CTOs, Enterprise Architects.
Ardoq Mornings is now at its third edition in London, taking place in March. The 2018 debut of the event in Copenhagen was a success, being followed by a second edition in Sweden. Speakers from IBM, Fjordkraft, or Schibsted have join Ardoq so far, sharing know-how and best practices on how to take EA to the next level and solve nowadays’ exponentially more complex problems with top-notch technologies.
The main questions answered during these Breakfast Seminars are:
- Why EA needs to be addressed from a data-driven perspective;
- How to architect for loosely connected ecosystems, not tightly controlled enterprises;
- How New EA is about augmented analytics, and why it offers transformative ROI;
- Why your organization needs to take on the real CIO challenge.
Meet industry peers and join Ardoq in this initiative of showing the true ROI of Ecosystem Architecture.